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Pike County gets $100,000 in help for expensive trials of murder suspects

Attorney General Dave Yost has presented Pike County with a $100,000 check to help pay for a notorious capital murder case in which eight members of one family were killed in one night.


Forensic science center opens at Bowling Green

Those learning at the Ohio Attorney General’s Center for the Future of Forensic Science at Bowling Green State University, which opened in January, work on cutting-edge equipment, just like what’s used at the Bureau of Criminal Investigation’s crime lab up the street.


Local law enforcement officials say Ohio BCI 'makes us better'

A strength of the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation is that it puts the latest forensic science in reach for all law enforcement forces in Ohio, regardless of the size of their budgets.


As new AG, Dave Yost is committed to working with, for local law enforcement

Dave Yost came into office as Ohio Attorney General pledging to champion those state residents who don’t have lobbyists or who can’t afford to take part in government.


DeWine awards grants for drug use prevention education

At total of 152 law enforcement agencies throughout the state will receive more than $3 million in grants to use for drug use prevention education programs in public schools, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced. 

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